BN In Distress: Bruising But Will Emerge The Champion
Posted on April 13, 2011
This will end as the toughest fight for BN and for Abdul Taib Mahmud, yet it also proves the opposition coalition has fail to play their game right.
Come this Saturday, BN looks likely to retain its two-thirds majority in the Sarawak State Assembly but some predicted with DAP increasing its total representatives too.
If this scenario becomes a reality, it will loom into long-term disaster for PAS and the Malays in PKR. The Sarawak charge will only become an attempt to remove a Muslim leader whom to be replace by a non-Muslim, in an election where PAS has no clear chance to lead. ‘PAS-pact-with-the-devil’ soon will be seen as the anti-Malay and anti-Islam in reality because their action over and again proven in the last 3 years to only benefit the non-Malays DAP and PKR.
PAS game had always been ‘I-know-Islam-better-than-you’ and ‘I-am-holier-than-you’ but nowadays it seems the ‘devil’ has taken the better of them. Promoting the devil to safeguard Islam in Malaysia is a dangerous form of advertising for the Islamic party.
This may also be the clearest sight of the light at the end of the tunnel for BN.
This win in Sarawak, shall be an endorsement by the Sarawakians for Prime Minister Najib Razak, whom is highly popular here. Definitely, this is the tonic Najib needs for the coming General Election.